To-Go Ware RePEaT Reusable Bamboo Utensil Set, Agave

December 4, 2013 - Comment

Our RePEaT Reusable Bamboo Utensil Set rounds out your toolkit for a waste-free life on the go. Enjoy eating with utensils made of bamboo, a highly durable and sustainable resource. Keep a set in your bag, glove compartment, lunch box or desk, and see how many disposable utensils you can pass by. Includes a knife,

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Our RePEaT Reusable Bamboo Utensil Set rounds out your toolkit for a waste-free life on the go. Enjoy eating with utensils made of bamboo, a highly durable and sustainable resource. Keep a set in your bag, glove compartment, lunch box or desk, and see how many disposable utensils you can pass by. Includes a knife, fork, spoon and chopsticks (which double nicely as coffee stirrers). A handy carabiner allows you to clip and go. Our utensil sets not only save plastic waste from entering our landfills and oceans, they also have a holder made of RPET, a sturdy, washable material made of recycled plastic bottles. We like to call it “RePEaT” because it lets plastic waste reincarnate into something healthy, reusable and fun.

Product Features

  • Holder made of RPET, recycled plastic bottles and includes a handy carabiner
  • Heat and stain-resistant, won’t impart or absorb flavors
  • Lightweight, strong and long lasting
  • Finished with a top grade, food safe wood oil
  • Dishwasher safe, though we recommend hand-washing for longer life

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Comments

Synger says:

Handy, but need extra care I have two sets of these utensils, for taking my lunch to work. I especially like soups and stews, so the spoon gets the most use. It is a lovely set, and very handy to have everything together. But I’ve found that, even with hand-washing (of course!), the spoon has cracked a little, and took on a slightly whitish sheen. Last time I cleaned them, I rubbed a bit of vegetable oil on each utensil, and that took care of the discoloration. But I’m disappointed that the spoon cracked so soon (I’ve only had it about a month or so).

Laura Smith "justresearch" says:

Good but not for indian food I love these so much I even used them at home instead of the metal utensils. Metalic utensils leave a slight metal flavor with every bite, but we’re so used to using metal utensils that most of us don’t even notice that taste. I didn’t notice until I went back to using metal utensils after a year of eating only with wooden chopsticks. I was delightfully surprised that this bamboo cutlery set does not leave any flavor behind. If there is a flavor it’s so subtle and clean that I can’t detect it. It definitely has less of a flavor than wood does (Though I happen to like the slight wooden flavor that comes with using chopsticks). Unfortunately this set met their match when they met up with some indian curry. The curry permanently stained the bamboo. I have some bamboo plates also and whenever they happen to get stained with tomato sauce I just soak in a bit of lemon juice and the stains disappear… Not so with this cutlery. The curry stains are still there. So I guess when it…

Jeanny House says:

Almost, but not quite. I bought a few of these sets for traveling and for taking my lunch when I go to the office. The knife is hard to use. It has an odd bend in the blade, so it’s hard to use for spreading and cutting. And what else is a knife for? The fork is essentially flat, so food falls off it pretty easily. The tines are also not sharp enough to spear or stab your food. The bowl of the spoon is quite shallow, but it does kind of work for soup.What kept this in the 3-star range is the sleeve. Nice colors, handy design, and it contains all the pieces well. I’ll probably toss out the bamboo cutlery and use the case for some of my old stainless steel tableware that’s been consigned to the picnic box.It would be nice if they sold just the sleeve. I wouldn’t have wasted the resources involved in growing, harvesting, and manufacturing the bamboo.

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